Having bats in your home is a serious problem, even if they are confined to the attic or garage. Not only can they destroy property as they urinate and defecate anywhere they roost, but they also cause staining and odor problems that are difficult to remove. Bats are also a health hazard because they are associated with dozens of diseases that include histoplasmosis (a lung disease caused by the spores of fungus which grow on their droppings or guano) and rabies. If you have a bat issue, it’s best left up to professionals. Removing a bat can be dangerous and a licensed pest control professional is better equipped to handle issues with bats. Absolut Pest Control serves Massachusetts homes and offices with high quality, affordable pest control. If you have a bat problem contact us today.
Bat Removal Service in Massachusetts
While bats are very beneficial to humans because of their affinity for many flying insects, such as mosquitoes, if they find their way into your home and take up residence, they can also be some of the most destructive, dangerous, and expensive pests to control. Since bats are a protected species, removal must be done by a trained professional, like our trained technicians. In addition, we can perform repairs to your home or business so they cannot re-enter. We provide preventative pest control services including inspecting your property for any structural weaknesses that might make you more susceptible to an infestation. At Absolut Pest Control it is our goal not only to handle your current pest problems, but also prevent future pest problems.
Signs of A Bat Infestation in Your Home
Compare to other pests, bats aren’t that hard to notice. Insects and rodents are often hidden from view, but bats can often make a lot of noise and even fly around your home at night. As such, the most common sign of a bat infestation is seeing a bat either in your property or flying around outside. However, even before you see the bat you may notice a few signs of bats. First, bats cause a variety of odors including strong ammonia odors. Bats also squeak, although this can be misidentified as other rodents like mice and rats. Bats are notorious for leaving droppings, so if your notice bat droppings in your attic or garage it is likely that the bat has roosted in your home.
Contact Absolut Pest Control for Bat Removal Services in Massachusetts
To have your bat problem taken care of sooner rather than later, call us today! Bats are considered an emergency pest problem, so if you have an issue with a bat please call us right away and a member of our team will come out to your location and deal with your bat problem.